The Principle of Mutual Recognition in the European by F. Schioppa

By F. Schioppa

Mutual popularity (MR) signifies that each one Member country is unfastened to exploit the criteria for construction it prefers yet can't inhibit the import from different Member States lawfully utilizing different criteria, until justified via emergency purposes. the house nation rule then prevails at the host state. obstacles to access curb, festival rises within the inner industry. This assortment seems to be at a few features of MR, together with why its significance can't be understood outdoor the overall perform of loose stream and the way a few components of MR already emerge within the expert labour industry of execs.

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In other words, Community policy-makers will merely identify the objectives (for example guaranteed safety levels for cars) and leave the task of devising the necessary technical solutions to specialists, that is to technicians. Prevention as an instrument for partnership and subsidiarity As mentioned in our interpretative note and as announced in the interpretative communication of 2 October 1980, the Community had endowed itself with a new instrument to enforce the principle of mutual recognition, namely Directive 83/189 (subsequently Directive 98/34), which required Member States to notify all draft technical standards to the Commission in order that it could examine their conformity with Community law before they were approved.

That provision is also found in a Directive of 18 December 1978 (Directive 79/112/EEC). Alfonso Mattera 21 Admittedly, the expression ‘language easily understood’ is far from being easily understandable itself. Indeed, the Commission explained it in its above-mentioned interpretative communication, adding that ‘the concept of a language easily understood by purchasers must obviously be left to the discretion of Member States’ and that ‘an official language of the Member State of marketing will in principle be a language allowing consumers a good understanding of the labelling’.

It is a model consisting of historical, cultural, spiritual, economic and social differences. No European citizen, not even the most radical federalist, has ever dreamed of blurring those differences and renouncing his identity and native country. So, why do so many politicians, writers, journalists and actors in society and economic life continue to denounce this European ‘superstate’ which we are constructing and which is supposed to suffocate our national identities? After Romano Prodi (whom we quoted at the beginning of 22 Respect for National, Regional and Local Identities this chapter), let us now listen to what a passionate federalist, one of the first promoters of the European ideal, Henri Brugmans, has to say: National homelands are rooted in the collective conscience.

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